Lots of cool events happening in and around Bengaluru this week. Here is the list of few events you might want to try this weekend.
We’re moving to an all new, greener, more beauitful venue, Join us on the 6th of November for a curated flea market with innovative products + An exclusive Junta Art Market with affordable art + Live music at the open lawns under the stars + Fresh food + Workshops for all ages + Beer/wine and creative vibes!
Kamomile : 3.30 – 5.30
GrapeGuitarBox – Teena : 5.45 – 6.15
Prateek Kuhad – 6.30 – 7.45
Swahaa – 8 – 9.30
Affordable Art Market
DIY workshops – puppets making, craft a kite, pottery, screen printing
Pia Meenakshi Gumani – Space Design.
Date : 6th November
Venue : Temple Tree, Sahakar Nagar, Bangalore.
Timing : 1pm – 11pm
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Battle RAM-India’s Most Gruelling ObstacleRace on Sunday 6th Nov
Here is the details shared from Facebook:
Team Coordinator: Niranjan
Contact no: 9886555561
About the event:
BATTLE RAM is introducing India’s newest, most badass and gruelling obstacle race. This 5 km run will test your physical strength, challenge your wits, inspire teamwork, and leave you aching for more. The obstacles have been designed in consultation with Ex-Army personnel to give you a feel of the real deal. These experts have created challenges designed to pit you against your worthiest opponent – YOURSELF!
So, are you ready to taste sweet victory (and probably some mud)?
Sign up right now to earn your battle scars, a free drink and infinite glory with the maiden BATTLE RAM event in Bangalore.
Event Date: Sunday 6th November
Time : 9:30 AM
COST : 1500/- per person
Venue Details: Excel Sports City, Sarjapur Road
This offer is only for BAT members and who are registering through Bangalore AdvenTuRers ONLY
Total Cost 1500/- = Ticket fee 1400/- + 100/- BAT Maintenance
FOR MORE DETAILS & FAQ’s:
Click here to register for the event:
Tipu Sultan Walk
Historians and common people alike have a love-hate relationship with Tipu Sultan. One’s travel to Bangalore would never be complete without tracing the foot steps of our Sultan, who has left many a mark on the city’s future, seen even today.
Tipu’s Summer Palace is the most popular of his heritage, though what remains is only a portion of a bigger complex. As we explore the precincts, we journey two hundred years back through the photographs and relics from late 1700s to early 1800s, the remains of the original palace, and most importantly the exhibition of Mysore rockets that became the foundation for modern Rocket technology!
Just outside is the centuries-old temple of Lord Venkataramana, with whom Tipu himself had a unique relationship. Close by is the Bangalore fort, which Tipu Sultan’s general defended until his last breath. A dargah nearby marks the terrible battles!
The interesting part of every controversial figure’s life is that of stories, myths and anecdotes. This trail is similar too. While the physical remains of Tipu Sultan’s era are dilapidated, the tales remain, as lively as it can ever be. (Source: Facebook)